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"Tooned In: The Political Art of Phil Hands" Exhibition

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"Tooned In: The Political Art of Phil Hands" Exhibition

Theater
Daily | Aug 5 - Sep 22
7 am - 10 pm
Union South | Gallery 1308
Cost: Free
"Tooned In: The Political Art of Phil Hands" is an art exhibition featured currently in Union South's Gallery 1308

Come explore WUD Art Committee's newest installation in Union South's Gallery 1308! 

"Tooned in: The political art of Phil Hands" shows the Wisconsin State Journal artist's work in the Union South gallery.

Phil Hands' interest in political art is described as such: "Since cavemen scrawled on walls, people have been using drawings to satirize the world around them. Political cartoons compress complex ideas, and point out hypocrisy with humor. In a political era ripe for satire, there’s never been a better time to learn about the art of the cartoon."

Opening reception is on August 4th from 6-7 pm.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Exhibition then open daily from 7am-10pm until September 22nd.

Come explore WUD Art Committee's newest installation in Union South's Gallery 1308! 

"Tooned in: The political art of Phil Hands" shows the Wisconsin State Journal artist's work in the Union South gallery.

Phil Hands' interest in political art is described as such: "Since cavemen scrawled on walls, people have been using drawings to satirize the world around them. Political cartoons compress complex ideas, and point out hypocrisy with humor. In a political era ripe for satire, there’s never been a better time to learn about the art of the cartoon."

Opening reception is on August 4th from 6-7 pm.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Exhibition then open daily from 7am-10pm until September 22nd.

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